Airplane Activities for a 1 & 3-Year-Old
Airplane activities to keep your 1 & 3-Year-Old occupied. My children are 14 months and 3.5years.
· Large weekly pill container filled with small snacks. This will occupy time as well as satisfy a grumbling belly. I filled ours with: raisins, cranberries, mini chocolate chips, fruit snacks, cheerios, banana chips and sesame covered cashews. These snacks are on the sugarier side of things, but we always have a bit more fun on vacation!
· Two dressing frames, one with buttons and one with snaps.
· Two “water wows” on the go coloring notepads and One coloring book and a bag of crayons and markers.
· One party pack from the dollar section of Target, which included an activity book, stickers and pack of markers. A pack of scratch arts, Brain quest cards and two small dolls.
· A felt doll house with felt people and clothes and magnet play set.
· A large sticker activity book and a wipe-clean workbook
· Several small board books that had touch and feel components as well as real-life pictures. “Lift the flap” books are also great for this age.
· two small wooden moveable toys, magnetic blocks, a small car, a mini flashlight, a light-up wand, painters tape (this is great for sticking all over the seat, tray table and window to let them pick off), a slinky, and a spice bottle with sticks for places into the holes.
· The large pill bottle filled with smaller snacks, mentioned above
· Two fruit/veggie pouches and one meal pouch.
· Peanuts and fruit bar (If you bring a snack containing nuts, you run the risk of not being able to open it if there is someone on the airplane with a nut allergy).
· Two RX bars (for my husband and I)
· A “trail-mix” bag containing small crackers, cheerios, pretzels etc.